Waldo came to town this summer and visited more than a handful of spots...in Twillingate, St.johns and Hamilton, Ontario. Did you see him?
Newfoundland is on everyone's bucket list. The truth is, you simply can't see images of Gros Morne or the architecture of Fogo, or hear the buzz around Come From Away and not want to see this incredible island for yourself. This very well could be Newfoundland...Newfoundland is absolutely masssssssive though so you won't be able … Continue reading Top 5 Newfoundland loves…via Street Art
London Kaye is by far the most prolific yarnbomber out there and guess what? She agreed to an interview! London cranks out Street art, crochets billboard size commissions, agrees to interviews with vandals AND is an Amazing Race, season 29 (personal) fan favourite! She's a super, duper bad-ass and a total inspiration to yarnies worldwide. … Continue reading Interview with London Kaye
Newfoundland has one piece of iconic grafitti that aims to stir the embers of nationalism buried in many Newfoundlanders' hearts. You see, the island province of Newfoundland was it's own country until it joined confederation with Canada in 1949. Free NFLD was originally coined by artist Wallace Ryan to promote Newfoundland nationalism. It appeared on posters around the … Continue reading Free NFLD Yarnbomb
Wisdom bomb, mantra bomb, craftbomb...I dont know what to call it but I like it! I heard a quote recently about how if you knew how powerful your thoughts were, you'd never have a negative thought again. This newest 'craftbomb' is inspired by this idea. I often use symbols in my crafty street art to spread … Continue reading Crafting A Mantra: Will Can Do
I have now been backpacking through south-east Asia for eleven months. As I look back across the map I am totally awe-struck by the beauty of this part of the world. My travels have largely centred around visiting places of spectacular natural beauty. While I love to endulge in certain 'city-centric' luxuries (code for patisseries) I … Continue reading A Yarnstorm through Vietnam